1990, was the year "Edward Scissorhands" hit cinemas. A creation of Tim Burton's own over-imaginative mind as a child, "Edward Scissorhands" was a moving movie about a freak with scissors instead of fingers.
Burton made a sequel to "Batman" with "Batman Returns" which opened in 1992 with pretty good fanfare. Finally, the artistically talented directed was recognized and with funding from Disney (once his employer), Tim was allowed to make the film "Tim Burton's Nightmare before Christmas". The full-length movie of Tim Burton's own creation was an oddity in stop-motion animation, a dark twisted Halloween world musical you might call it.
"Tim Burton's The Nightmare before Christmas" opened in 1993 with mixed reviews but nonetheless, it brought in the dollars. After that, Burton made a couple other films, which weren't successful, however, he quickly recovered with "Batman Forever" and "James and the Giant Peach". Both movies again portrayed his unique take on things.
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